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WHAT'S IN TO-DAY'S PAPER.
Look Out Kor Had T- n.
New itallnay Connection.
Weaixitii Of The Minority rilttiirlitl.
Arming Their Masters.
l'orttiguo'e In Council.
(.'olotilzitloii 0( Africa.
After a Governor.
Hweone)' Wonderful Jump,
Ixjcal and General Itetn.
Odd atom ji Juggling.
He Trie ft Again.
The Good Time Coining.
'I he I'oile In Kentucky.
ahc gnUti Bulletin.
HUdgrd to nfither Stet nor Party,
Hut lintablinhfd for fhf llrntfit of All.
TIIUKSDAY, MARCH lft, 18U4.
Governor Hogg of Toxas is to bt
prosccuU'tl for killing n dwr con
trary to law. Toias should not duct
a governor who would break one of
the laws he has to administer.
Is any of that bad tea which is be
ing scut back to China from the
United States finding its way to
tliosw islands! One of tho longest
and strongest felt wants in this
country is elllciont food ami drink
There is keen irony in the fact that
the barbarous custom of duelling
survives in Kentucky, the Stale that
has given Hawaii tho present Minis
ter Plenipotentiary. It suggests the
propriety of the United States' re
serving that "Christian civilization"
the party of piracy would force on
the Hawaiian Islands until it has
more of the article to spare from
employment at home.
While some Americans are cherish
ing tho delusion that there is a senti
ment iu Canada, both largo ami
growing, iu favor of annexation to
the United States, the Canadian
Pacific Railway goes on quietly an
nexing business all along tho lino iu
the Northern States. And the peo
ple of the towns who thus receive
the benefit of railway competition
ocein to bo rather pleased with that
species of invasion, notwithstanding
tho blustering iu Congress of the
representatives of monopolies ami
of the British lion's tail-twisters.
Spokane in Washington is now
happy in tho prospect of being
taken into the Canadian Pacific
WEAPONS OF THE MINORITY.
Every session of Congress wit
nesses efforts to prevent the subver
sion of the principle of majority rule
by filibustoriug. This modern block
ing of legislation by a minority, call
ed filibustering iu the United States,
is called "obstruction" iu Great
Britain, and "etono-walling" iu the
Colouies. Where parties are nearly
evenly balanced, anil the party that
went into the particular contest as
the minority has any reasonable
hope of coming out as the majority,
or where tho majority is using its
power tyrannically to prevent full
ami fair discussion, obstructive tac
tics ought to be as legitimate as any
other means of contesting for party
advantage. The British Parliament
has adopted tho French "cloture,"
anglicising tho term to "closure," to
overcome obstruction. Iu Congress,
whou the Republicans had tho
majority, Speaker Reed's rules
against filibustoriug, for compelling
the attondauco of a quorum, wore
denounced by tho Democrats as
tyrannical. Now that tho boot is
on tho other leg, however, tho Dem
ocratic majority in the House hae
boou applying practically the hiimo
rules to tho recalcitrant Republican
minority. The latest news has uc
couut of a resolution introduced by a
Democrat, which will make tho rules
moro drastic than ever, making it
contempt puuishablo with a fine of
50 for a momber to refrain from
otiug when his uame is called a sec
ond time. This question of the
rights and limitations of tho minor
ity is a difficult one to settle iu re
presentative government, so as to
avoid favoring impediments to the
well-considered atid plainly express
ed will of the people, ou the one
hand, and, ou tho other, to prevent
duo resistance to hasty legislation
and tyrannical action on the part of
tho majority, especially a slender
majority or one whose commission
from the people is old ami doubtful
of rouewal if re-submitted.
Arrainp Their Masters.
Holow in a satnplo of tho ortlor on
which moil who join diiroruiit poli
tical orgauizutioiiH aru fnrniaht'd
with wnapouH of war at public
"Cai-tain McSrocKKn, CoiniiiamliiiK
"Thuru aro roqiiiroil in ai'iiml
tlio followitiK torus:
"Pltiasii givu huarnr riflu anil am
munition an agri'tiri.
"C. H. Lutjilh."
pobtuquese in council.
Full Account of Last Night's League
Tho usual weeklv meutinir of the
t'ortttgueso League, aililiated with
tho American League, was held last
evening at Robinson Hall, M. A.
Uousalves iu the chair. There were
ovoriWO Portuguese present, all of
wliom hatl to pass a sttccossful sent-
tiny of the tylers at the street and i
upper doors! as to being provided
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rweuty-seen candidates prcented
themselves for alliliation, and after
evidence to the brethren of good
epistrianism on the lodge goat.
were duly sworn in and branded, and
allhed their marks on the roll.
The oath is tho same as that used
by the American League, ami is as
Willi mo iiirawiiru ill iiiu lrmt'i nil v.
solemn III us couiiiosiiiou as inu
judicial oath of our courts, ami em
phasies respect to lodge obedience
and secrecv. It is administered
standing with tho hand raisetl.
Secretary Severin of the American
League was the only olllcer of that '
institution present, and contradicted i
u statement imputed to him in a pa-
per edited by Mr. ivas, to tho of-
feet that he said the Portuguco
could be led by the nose. If Vivn-
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wouiti not retract mo statement no
wottlil sue linn. 1 here was a gen
oral feeling iu favor of Severin and
against Vivas when tho Secretary of
the American League said that, with
the exception of pure Americans, ho
regarded the Portuguese as the aris
tocracv of annexation.
At this exciting juncture an en
thitxiastic quarrvinan from "Sail
Migale" named Puchotto wanted to
know if there were any royalists pre
cut, as il would afford hint much
pleasure to pitch out of tho window
a royalist or anyone who revealed
anything that happened at their
meetiuus. As thor waso only a par
tition, a Hour barrel, ami a few sacks
concealing your reporter from dis
covery by this giant of the quarrv,
my feelings can bo imagined. My
courage revived when 1 remembered
that I had provided myself i lit
Smith with two six-shooters and a
bowio-kuifcj all of which 1 knew
how to use in a way that would re
duce the majority.
livery one seemed to be talking at
once, ami the chairman's gavel con
stantly rappiiiK for a silence which
did not come, and the consequence
was that moot of the debating was
by groups who neglected to address
the chair. Tho case of Frank Hoogs
being blackballed by the sister
League afforded ground for iuteiise
congratulations by the A.oretns to
their brother Aiuericatios. The ap
parent cause of Frank's rejection
was that his paper advocated the
metamorphosis of the Leagues into
the "Union party;" but the real
cause may have been that Frank
Hoogs is'au American, a journalist
and a gentleman. However, the
"Union party" was "laid out" in tho
choicest phraseology, and the auth
ors and sponsors of the "Union"
movement ought to have been pre
scut to hear the estimate in which
the rank and file hold them. Cer
tain it is, from last night's debates,
that as fur as tho American ami
Portuguese leagues are relied upon
for animation, the "Union" move
ment is, ami will remain, unborn.
The meeting decided to hold a
monster reunion ou Sunday next in
tho drill shed. In the meantime the
work of registering "loyal" voters
will !' proceeded with in the several
distill ts, and no such oath or declar
ation as that of the "Union Party"
platform, which was read to tho
meeting, is to bo taken or subscribed
to by any member of the American
The question of the importation
of Japaucic by the government was
duly considered ami condemned, and
the possibility of tho government's
promising the voting franchise to
the Japs as a temptation for them
to come, would be attended to.
"Our guns put them there." That's
what. Vont Rki-oiiti:ii.
FOR ONE MONTH ONLY
SALE OF FURNITURE
V1NG FAT & CO.,
(nriieriif Klllgilllil llelliel Street-,
Oiler it 1 .11 re Airiniflit nf I'lne iiml
At I.OWKU I'lllt'KS Hum ever.
llftiti-iilK, Itiireuili. Tulie,
.Meat fs!i(n, Wuriiriilioft, K , lite
t'lieiiper tlinn 'lio l'lieil.e-t cor before
ullereil in iliinulillll
VIVO I "AT A n.
ON APRIL 1, 1894,
HOKE & ZUR OEWESTE
Will tike elinrnu of t lit Kture known n
KA .MAM.I.'' with a
NEW COMPLETE STOCK
LAWK-. A I'llll.lllll.N'h
Shoes, Notions, Etc., Etc., Etc.
SWEENEY'S WONDERFUL JUMP.
He Lowers His Own World's Record
for High Jumping.
At the Mechanics' btiiltlini, tios-
ton, M. l Sweeney of Harvard e-
tahlished a now world' indoor record
for the running high jump by clear-
ing tho bar at (i feet 'i incites. A
Boston special t'.uii reports tho won-
derful jump: Sueeney easily tlis-
tanced all but one of bin competi-
tors, for tho bar had reached six
r....i i... i... i i .... tt.. ..i. .... is
i feet inches, anil then thebarvyas
placed at ti feet 'A'i inches. He tried
' three limes without success, clearing
'with his body the un time, but
knocking the bar olf with his hand,
The judges gae him another chance
to make a now rocuul, anil he sailed
over the bar like a bird, with a clear
iei, inn iiu nirut mi. uw urairu n
uii - u wi air iivuhtu iiiiu iinvi hid u.h
The A. A. U. ollicials carefully mca
tired the height ami ollicially an
nounced the new world's record.
Sweeney thus beat his own world's
record of (J feet M inches, made l'eb-
ruary 18, 1MM. j
Colonization of Aviicu.
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A elegrani to the lre.ich Govern-
m"" ttam ,, '"" "
niiiiiitiiifi4 that u'lion Llio .lollre col-
,; .,,.,.. :."..
uinu.en route to Timbuctoo, arrived
at the village of Niafouge, January 2.1.
it was met aced by the villagers, and
before the soldiers could proceed
they were obliged to storm the vil
lage, killing UN) of the inhabitants.
The column then resumed its inarch,
not having sustained any loss.
I u t he discussion of t ho Camoroous
estimates in'lhe Gorman Reichstag,
Chancellor von Caprivi made an ela
borate defense of the colonial policy
of the Government, and announced
the conclusion of a frontier agree
ment with trance.
Wo linvo just received an
other cargo or I lay and (train
by the "Irmgard." pcr-sonally
Kck'ck'd by our manager in
California: and as wo buy
the bent, a word to the wise
is Millicicnt. Prompt delivery.
California Feed Co.
Oi'kick: Corner Queen
and Ximanii streets, ltoth
Ml I ..I. .. llll
i eie pnone.s j-i. i
W.iti:norsK: Kingstreet '
near O. It. A: L. Co.'s Depot.
Until Telephones ft!.
Tills Evening !
Thursday Evening, March 15th
A I' s 0'1'I.OI'U.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Turner
Ms . um w. vum vw ahuu
I Oxertilli .-'oelal" N-lnnrell
J. I'lioru -Hark, Apollo" lll-'iop
:i. linen from "l.nereia llnrnin"
Mr. and Mr. t'luirlen Turner.
I. Soprano Suiifj -"To the Ah-ent"
J. II. Ale he
.Mr". John ran.
(Violin, MU. M. I'ntv; pl.ino. MU- A.
I'm . I
ft. Oerinan -ulin "l.led de l'a.ir"
Mr. I'aiil !( nleri.
n (timid m'hiiii Trov.ilorn" t.MN-
erere) .. (. Veidl
Mr. and Mr-, t'liarle- Turn- r ami elmtr.
7. Uveriiue "I'.-ineialila" . .Herman
N rlmriio funn "Martha" . , I'lowlow
II li-iuid 1 1 fit and Air"l!olierto ti til
I 'hu Adoio ' . . Meerheei
Mr-, t'lnirlt"' Turner,
in, liixtriimeiilal ijiiarli'tle, Andiinlo
In 0 . ll-ear I'iiuIiv
Violin, Metiiew ; pluno, Ml-. ('iimU;
eello, Mr. il. lleitnian; oran, Mr.
II. Soiiu "Tho Mhvi'" illnmuntlial
Mr Charles Turner.
I.', .-'ilii, with eliorili ( luvii-il.lt I -
"I'rinr.x llatn" . . I'm-iiM
Mrn. Charles Turner and liolr.
i ondiielor of the llawatioi ll.iinl Mi.
Herder, at the iilnnoroite, Mini
l ii"tle, Mi" S, Murium.
gtT" Tiekets, ;,n.-., to In had at the Ha
waiian News Co.. I.ii, lliniiu, ami Hull
run, Ni'Wiiiun A i o. lis t
J. J. EGAN
13 14 Ifoi't Sti oet,
A I.N AYt US HAS') Tin:
Latest Styles in Millinery
I'llH I.ATIW'I IV
Win to and Colorod Worstud Goods
'till'. Mu.VI'CUMI'I.U'KH'liiCK OF
DRY I ( I ( )( ) 1 )8
IN III). CITY
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DressiuuklDg Doue by Mrs. Reuner.
Iu tho Houso of Representatives
on Fob. 19 Doarmoud (Domocrat) of
Missouri offered a resolution design
ed to prevent filibustering, which
was referred to tho Coiumitteo ou
Rules. Tho resolution provides that
when a momber shall throe times re
fnso to vote when his name is called
ho shall bo brought before the bar
of tho Houso and his natno called
once more. If ho still refrain from
votiiiL' ho shall be hold in contempt
of tho House, and for each offense
shall bo fined SoO. to bo deducted
from his salary by tho Sorgeant-at-Arini
and paid into tho troaury.
After a Oovernor.
A special to the Galveston (Texas)
News from Nacogdoches savs: Gov
ernor Hogg, with a party of friends,
while limiting in this region, killed
a tleer. This is against tho law, and
information has been filed against
I he Governor and his party. Tho
( 'limit v Attornev savs ho
j will proso-
cute tue case in earnest, and tho
Sheriff has forwarded to Austin a
warrant for tho arrest of the Govor-
nor, with instructions to accept only
By Lewis J. Levey.
ATCTIOX SALE OF
Wicker Ware & Matting
On MONDAY, March 1!)th,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
1 will h lit I'nlilli! Anrllon, nt my Hnlt--renins,
a VnrU'ty of
Wicker & Rattan, Chairs,
Lounges lc Matting,
IIiiiiikkviI en voyngo nt Importation, ex
Uvrmaii liurk "Galveston," from
THUMB OAHII t
XjwiB J. Levey,
By Jai. F. Morgan.
llv oMi-rnf Mu. IKO. K. IIOAIIDMAS, 1
will -ell nt I'lilillo Aiii'tlnii.at my
rjiilnriHini, tjueeli street,
On Tl'KSDAY, March 27,
AT ll' 0t)I.Ot'K NOON,
The Following City Residences:
KKSIDBN'CE ON COKNKIl OP
WILDER AVENUE AND KA-
UJ feet on Wlliler Aveinil' niltl Wn feet
mi Kiii1nlitiil treet Ijirj;e I'nrlor, l)lnl"K
riMim, Two lleilriM.ins, Until niul Store
ItiHim, I'aiury, Ivlteliun. Out rititlile. fie.
lluii.e olrnniily linilt ami ill root repair.
i:eellelil view of tho city niul .
PREMISES ON IJERETANIA
Acljolnini; tin rn-lili'iiee of Mr. IVlrlii: 81
feel on llvrutanlii street l.urne 1'urlor,
Two 1'ront llt'ilroniiiH, Two Hiiuru lied
roomi, Dlnlnnroiini. Kltulieii, Ilutliroum,
M-rvantV tjnartrr, etc , nli ItentH for $'
PREMISES ON KINAU STREET,
At present oeeiiileil liy Win. VuKli(r,
l-'rulituKi of SI feet on Kiimil street. Iliillil
ill); in uood repair. I'ontuliiH Ijire Parlor
anil liiiilimrooiii, Two Uir'u lleilrooiim,
I'antry, Klli.lien, Italli.Staliluainl t'lirrlatru
j iiniiMi. lienix lor j.m per inoiiiu.
, - a,M,v" "rUMe. v1,,11"'-
,enMi t pft.-ieiit innler rental, otler a
er iiuflraniuuiiaiiee mr inveatinoin ortnu
piireliiiie of an Improved re-Uleni-u.
. 1'iirtlier luirtlciilarH can In had of
Tels. 37 Morgan,
I)V OltllKIt OK Mlt. M. it. COI.IIIIUN.
I J an I piirxtiant to tliu provMoiiM of
1 an l pi
fHSlllll l.IWH Of IblU. I Will M'll
iVnt'tlon, for ueuoiint of wlioin It
niity I'oneern, at my hiilesruoni, uneun
street. Honolulu, on HATultDAY, Mi
I. I!M. at 11! o'e'ock iiikjii. O.NK HoltsK.
formiirly tliu property of W ('. Aclil: du
fault lifwiiK heen mndu liy Mild Audi In
his olillKatluiix under tliu provisions ot tin
J H. F. MOItOAN,
Honolulu, .March II, IRUI. H77-i:tt
SATURDAY, MARCH 17, 1894
- - IIY THE
I'Olt I'HK lIF.N'KriT OF
Mrs. James Kaubane and Family and
"The Haunted House" Farce,
Kmr Musle h tin U. (S. FhiKsliip I'lilln
d Iplila'h Hand ami tliu Hawaiian (juluti t
CUKTAIN RISl;S AT 8 0'CL0CK Sl,A,t!J'
Mr llox I nil iiihui hi l.uwlh J. rii-i
ollleeal llo'eloek edlludit) moriilllK ami
' thertntiuruutiitiiuduti. 'jsii-it
Bawii Harflware Co., L'(T
Saturday, March 10, 180,.
The United States are Hood
ed with thousands of jimcrack
articles as the result of the ex
hibits at the World's Fair. We
have had opportunities for se
curing the agency for a large
number of these articles, but
there are so few of them that
are worth anything that we re
fused to handle them. One
article, however, that has come
to our notice we believe will
fill a long felt want.
One of the greatest difficul
ties the housewife or cook has
to contend with is keeping the
bread knife sharp. If it is used
for any other purpose than cut
ting bread it is bound to be
come dull. If il happens to be
convenient the cook will use it
for any purpose for which a
knife is used, all the placarding
possible will not prevent his
cutting kindling wood with it if
he feels so disposed. The ar
ticle we have in view to remedy
all this trouble is a knife made
very much like a saw, and it
will cut bread without the trace
of a crumb; warm bread may
be cut without its becoming
heavy. Another knife of the
same pattern, but smaller, is
adapted for cutting cake on
which there is icing. Still an
other is used as a parer. The
three are of the finest steel
with nickle plated handles se
curely fastened to the blades
so that they cannot possibly
come off. We sell them at $i
per set and you get good value
when you buy them.
A new lot of clothes wringers
varjing in size from that ordi
narily used by families to the
very large one used in sugar
mills for wringing sugar bags.
These we offer you at San
The standard scale in the
United States is the Fairbanks.
The government uses them in
all of its weighing and so favor
ably are they known that peo
ple look with suspicion upon
anything weighed on any other
scale. We have recently added
to our stock a number of them
suitable for use in stores or
mills. There is no second
quality in a Fairbanks and
when you get one it will last
forever without repairs.
We have a large assortment
of very handsome Call Hells
which we offer at low prices.
This includes the plain dintr-a-lingaling
sort and the kind
that sounds just as if it had
an electric battery at one end;
nickle or silver plated as your
tastes run and the price won't
hurt you no matter which you
Thearticles mentioned above
are for use in the home and
store rather than on the plan
tation or cattle ranch. For
either of the latter places a
fence is as necessary as the
land itself, and when you are
buying an article like a fence,
something which under ordi
nary circumstances must be re
paired from time to time, it
might be well to buy the kind
that is constructed on a plan
that reduces the wear and tear
to a minimum. We have no
recollection of ever seeing or
hearing of one that embodies
as many really good points as
the Jones Locked. Its cheap
ness is not the only thing that
commends it to the public.
Its construction is such that
cattle may try as hard as they
like they cannot break it down.
lhe wires will not sag, so that
there is practically no repair
ing to be done. The growing
demand for the Jones fence is
convincing pi oof that it it, des
tined to supersede all other
methods or building wire fence.
Its economy brings it within
reach of eery one o cents
each for steel wire stays to
take the place of a po-st that
costs 10 cents or mure is an
item for your consideration.
Hawaiian Hardware Co., l.'d
0itinlt HirtH'kilr' lilt el,
1107 l''OUT STUUIST.
Corner Fort Ae
I HKO TO IXFOKM MY CUSTOMERS
THAT I WILL HOLD
EVERY WEEK DURING THE MONTH OF MARCH.
m BIG INDUCEMENTS
Will be offered to lhe Public and it will pay you to trade at
lhe "TEMPLE OF FASI1IOX."
... 1 AM OFFERING NOW ....
For Friday and Saturday Only,
Boys' Cambric and Flauette Waists
Elegant Assortment of Colors at 20 Cents Each.
.lust lioeeived by last "Australia" a Largo Stock of
To be sold for on'k t.i:k oxi.v at 10c, 12.$e., 14e. and lu'.Jc.
per yard. (Joods worth 25c. a yard.
..SBO PIECES . .
In 10-yard lengths, reduced from $1.00 to 7o cents.
Cornor Fort and Hotel Sts., .... Honolulu, H. I.
The Drug Husiness heretofore carried by Hol
lister & Co. has been incorporated under tin;
niiuie of the ......
Hollister Drug Co., L'd.
Having the largest and most complete stock in
our line, we are prepared to off m our customed
the best goods at the
HOLLISTER DRUG od:;
683 F'oi-t atrt, . Honolulu, H. I.
IMI'OIITEK AND DEALER IN
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, FLOUR and FEED.
Fresh California Roll Butter and Island Butter
gMT ALWAYS ON HAND firj
New Goods Received by Every Steamer from San Francisco.
ftf All Oiilor fitltlifnlly utiiwiil to. bntUfiii'tlon (uurunlnM. Mitinl Ouluri
xolinlti ,1 tiinl pucki'il wliJifuru
Lincoln Hlock, Kino Stiikki, Ukt. Pout and Alakla Stiieuih.
uorii ti:i.i:i iionhk 'jiu
LKWJS & CO.,
Ill FORT STREET.
loipoilers, Wholesale & Itctail Grocers
Provision Dealers & Naval Supplies
Frosb Goods by Every California Steamer.
IVK - IIOUSIO - (JOODS - A - SPECIALTY.
Im..mi, UmiKiis Somi'itkii. jgl t0 Satisfaction Ouahantued.
j TKi.ia-iiusi: ij -
11 E. .MtlNTYRE & IJRO.,
IMI'OIITKIlS AMI IIRALI'IIN IN
Groceries, - Provisions - and - Feed.
N'i Iiihi,. I! u,.,l i,j 'U.V WV from lliu Dimitm Stuti anil Kiuiipi.
l'-UKSII CALIFORNIA . I'MODLOE IIY
All Whirr 'iilllifulls iiiihihIi'iI
run ui tin
I.M.AM) DllllMII Soi.lCIIMI.
KAHT (OILS I.II I'dllT
l. o. no. :i7'j
-I'. O. UOX .N7
1. o. llox MQ
Dcllvi'ii'il tu uii)
tu mill liuo.L
i ii ritin:.
AMI KINO hl'HIJUTH